Has Your WordPress Site Been Hacked?

Posted on by in Our Reviews, Wordpress Security

Did you know that the latest version of WordPress has been downloaded over 5.2 million times by Internet users?
 
That's an astounding number…but it doesn't really surprise me.  WordPress is hands-down the best system available for building great-looking, highly interactive websites.
 
The downside to the popularity of WordPress is that it has caught the attention of malicious hackers, scammers and spammers.They know that the fastest way to gain entry and hack into a website is to use backdoors and security vulnerabilities of WordPress. 
 
Of course, if you keep your WordPress installation always up-to-date with the latest version of WordPress and you make sure the plugins you use are always updated you can probably keep your site protected.
 
The problem is WordPress and plugins are constantly updating to stay ahead of hackers and it can be very difficult for website owners and administrators to stay current with updates.
 
All it takes is missing one update and your website could be completely vulnerable to an attack. 
 
This happens to the best of us. Even former Vice President of the United States Al Gore had his WordPress blog hacked!
 
So what can you do to protect your sites?
 
I highly recommend you checkout Craig Desorcy's Blog Lockdown book. This excellent 90-page book gives you the blueprint for how to protect your WordPress site completely.
 
 
In this terrific book, you will learn how to:
  • Ensure your WP site and database is always backed up 
  • Keep your WordPress site up-to-date with the latest updates
  • Use a WordPress Plugin to Minimize Your Risk Exposure to Hackers
  • How to Protect Your Plugins from backdoor intruders.
  • How to Protect Your WP Themes from Attacks
  • Plus Much More!

You can go to the link below right now to check it out:

 
 
If you have never had a website hacked, I can tell you from personal experience that it is no fun. It is incredibly frustrating experience and will leave you feeling vulnerable.
 
Take action today to ensure it NEVER happens to you and your sites.

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